Device, the industrial fueled project led by Disturbed frontman David Draiman, unveiled a new video for their latest single ‘You Think You Know’ on Revolver today (Aug. 19). Check it out above.

‘You Think You Know’ is the second single off of the band’s self-titled debut disc, following ‘Vilify.’ Draiman’s vocals lead the charge on this tune, as he belts out the chorus, ‘You think you know, but you’re horribly blind / You think you know how this story’s defined / You think you know that your heart has gone cold inside.'

Lyrically, Draiman has gone on record to say that the song comes from "100 relationships that I've been in in the past." Explaining that sometimes the one you are with has "their own unique perception of reality."

The imagery of the video mixes black and white performance clips with some creative mirror effects and bursts of blue and red throughout, giving it a psychedelic vibe. It proves to be a very artistic approach to the video.

In addition to exploring new musical styles throughout 'Device,' Draiman and Co. also have their fair share of special guests on the disc, including everyone from Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler to Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale, who joined the band for an updated version of the Lita Ford and Ozzy Ozbourne collaboration ‘Close My Eyes Forever.’